• Everybody has a passion --- some of us have more than one. I’m passionate about great food - also about a happy everyday life. I find happiness and express my passion in the kitchen. It’s my happy place, my zen place, the place where I know I’m home. Welcome to my kitchen.

    I share it with some like-minded kindred spirits. We call ourselves the Kitchenettes. We’re glad you are here. 

  • Craving Comfort Food While Sneezing into Spring? Bring on the Meatloaf.

    Springtime! What pictures come to your mind? Flowers, sunny days, green lawns, longer evenings for long walks perhaps? Yes, I envision those too but the reality is, sometimes there are storms and rain and dreary days. Then, of course, there are all the pollens and other lovely flying things in the

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    Baked Shrimp a la New Orleans (with a little Kitchenette Twist)

    "Where yer at?" Kitchenette Lorene might greet you with when in New Orleans.  Your reply? "Aw-rite." (Basically it is "How are you" and "Fine thanks".) What do you think about when we say "New Orleans"? I think of great music like Jazz and Dixieland, cobblestone streets, the French

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    Spring Already? Time for Gluten-Free Oven-Fried Chicken

    Happy Spring Everyone! Kitchenette Lorene here to share one of my favourite recipes for quick meals, picnics, lunches - well, whatever suits your needs. With prices of food soaring, it is getting more challenging to find inexpensive meals to cook. Recently, our local market had chicken legs on

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    Easter Bunnied Eggs

    Think that Easter treats are just about chocolate bunnies, chicks and eggs? Think again. Kitchenette Lorene is back with a clever twist on an old favourite. "Here comes Peter Cotton Tail Hopping down the Bunny Trail" Those lyrics take me back to Easter morning (after church of course)

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    Crispy Baked Basa Fillets with Home Made Tartar Sauce

    Omg. Salivating - VM Kitchenette Lorene here again. I am the self-proclaimed Queen of Thrift and always look for less expensive ways to eat well. Recently, I spotted Basa on sale in the frozen food section of one of our local grocers. I prefer to buy local and this is an imported fish. However,

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    Romantic Turkey Scallopini, Freekeh, and Avocado Truffles.

    Here’s a lovely Valentines Day post from our favourite Kitchenette, Lorene Stuart. She’s introducing us to her Valentine’s tradition - the romantic dinner at home, and she cooked up a storm this year for her darling. A freekeh storm. Don’t know what freekeh is? Read on. I loved that part ---

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